Ultimate Frame Data

571 reviews
Content rating
Everyone 10+
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About this app

Startup, Active, On Shield advantage/disadvantage, Out of Shield Options, and more! Now includes hitbox images! Visit https://ultimateframedata.com for the web version (IOS users can add to home screen).

See something that needs fixing? Tweet me @MetalMusicMan_ You can follow @ultframedata if you only want UFD updates.

*Internet Connectivity not required for Frame Data or general app usage, but IS required to view Hitbox images*
Updated on
Nov 13, 2022

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571 reviews
July 13, 2020
This a really useful app. It matches almost comepletely with the web version (as of July 12, 2020, the app hasn't updated to the latest patch due to google not allowing it for some reason). It is neatly organized, will tell you the frame data of every character's moves, and will show hitbox data when connected to wifi. It even gives additional statistics for those who are curious. Overall, a good app that does its job well.
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Edgar Ustian
May 2, 2020
This app provides a really good way to look at one of the most important aspects of competitive Smash ultimate: hotboxes and character stats. It's really cleanly designed and made really well. The only problem I have is that I can't go through each character's hotboxes frame by frame like I can online. Once that happens I'll use this app over it's online counterpart
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Matthew Hitchcock
January 4, 2021
Wow. The team behind this app spares no trouble digging to find the most in-depth bits of data one could ask for. Every single variable with the various fighters is painstakingly accounted for, even Steve's ridiculousness. An excellent resource for anyone looking to better understand their characters. My only small problem is that the .gifs of the fighters' moves aren't able to be slowed down and checked frame-by-frame, but that's not a big issue. Strongly recommend.
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What's new

Fixed an error that caused all autocancel data for aerials to be wrong